Welcome to the “Projects” category

Welcome to the “Projects” category

February 18, 2007 0 Comments

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Learning by an example is probably the oldest method of teaching and since it’s been around for such a long time, it’s surely one of the better methods. In this category we’ll every so often take apart particular project into pieces and describe how it is built in series of posts.

Projects may include simple projects, such as building a particular functionality with User Controls or more complex projects such as decomposing a pluggable module.

The goal of this section is to show you the ropes and later on it is only your imagination that will limit you. That last sentence sounded so pathetic… like if I was writing a self-help book :)

The concept of these series will be to start with the basic idea, project outline, features and mock up. Then, we’ll build upon it. We’ll try to provide you with the source code along the way, but perhaps sometimes source code will be available for download at the end of post series.

Make sure to visit this section. This is the fun part!

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